This wonderful sunny afternoon was a perfect time for a bike trip on the fast electric bike through the woods for a revisit to the abandonded military landing strip of Flyvestation Værløse.
There is always something special about a moment of fresh air by the sea. A taste of summer and memories. This day, at this early time of the year, brought a tempting taste of the summer to come. Perfect for a bike trip to the beach of Hundige on the fast Batavus Harlem electric bike with a Yamaha PW-SE 250W mid-mounted engine.
What a perfect sunny day for a speedboat cruise with my HiFi sailor boy in the fast Fletcher Arrowflyte 140 to the beach of Hundige for a relaxing time with swimming from the speedboat.
What a perfect summer day for a speedboat cruise in the Fletcher Arrowflyte 140.
The Ford Granada was a large, fast and comfortable car for the European market. It was produced in Germany and Great Britain from 1972 to 1994, while the most legendary Ford Granada was probably the second series of second generation Mark II from 1982 to 1985.
Whether the Ford Granada was the 2-door saloon, 4-door saloon or the 5-door estate station car, it was both wide and long, which offered extra space for comfortable seats, large feet bays and a huge trunk. The estate station wagon was 4,9 m long, 1,8 m wide and 1,5 m tall. There were different engines available, but the real feel Ford Granada’s was equipped with a heavy duty 2.8 liter or 2.3 liter V6 fuel injected or double barrelled carburetor fitted engine with a 3-speed automatic transmission or 5-speed manual transmission.
The Ford Granada ware generally fitted with electric sun roof, electric power windows, power steering, sound proofing and lots of optional extras for ensuring a unique comfortable ride for its passengers. It had heavy duty bumpers with massive rubber fittings, that could handle contact with other cars or other obstructions without damaging the Ford Granada itself.
It is time for the Copenhagen Pride and what could be better, than having the amazing Suzuki GSX-R 1300, that is also known as the Hayabusa, between my legs.